Midcentury modern meets native American in this perfectly decorated space. There are so many interesting features in every picture that I feel the need to discuss every one, though I won’t for fear that this blog post will be too lengthy. I will however point out a couple amazing bits that make this apartment unique and so chic. First of all, taxidermy. Seeing a prominent animal head on a wall or a pair of antlers laying on a table adds a feeling of prominence. Another way to make your space look sophisticated is having a fully stocked bar equipped with decanters and martini shakers. There is just something comforting and inviting about walking into someone’s home and seeing a plethora of liquor bottles. Not only do you know that these people are down for a good time, but you know that you will be very well taken care of. Though the bright lemon chairs, I could go without, the stack of yellow National Geographic magazines gives a feeling of worldly knowledge. My house, when I was growing up, had stacks of these in our game room and nothing was more interesting then flipping through their endless pages of tropical animals and beautiful sights. National Geographic has not changed their look in years and these magazines are such a reminder of the 80′s when about everyone had a subscription to look at the world’s wild beasts. My favorite design inspiration is her use of blankets and art as headboards. I myself use an American flag as mine and it is refreshing to see someone else exploring this option. There are so many ways to do this. Dean takes a navajo rug and fastens it to the wall behind her bed. You can also use wallpaper and add a small crown moulding lip to act as the boundary between the “headboard” and the wall. Just make sure you don’t plan on moving your bed any time soon. It would probably be more of a pain to take this off then it would be to put it on. This idea works well if you don’t have the space for a real bed frame and headboard. Also an interesting way to showcase your art, tapestries and any other rectangular piece.